Aline Rodrigues de Queiroz is a PhD student at the Biochemistry department of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Her current research includes antioxidant effect in plant metabolism and cold stress in physiology.

She received her Master's degree from the Fort Hays University where she investigated effects of light intensity in germination, growth and development, and flowering of Asteraceae species.

Also, she holds her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, where she conducted research on flowering induction in orchids species.

In addition, Aline also has experience in peer-reviewing and education and her main interests include statistics and scientific writing. She is currently a member of the Botanical Society of America and volunteers for the Planting Science Program.

Career Status:
Graduate Student

Research Areas:
Physiology, Biochemistry, Signals and Responses, Metabolism


Aline Rodrigues de Queiroz and Brian R. Maricle "Effects of light levels on germination of five Asteraceae species native to the tallgrass prairie," Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 122(3-4), 267-273, (12 November 2019).

Volunteer Activities

Planting Science Mentor and Liaison.

Current Affiliations
Experience & Education